Sprint has announced two new "unlimited" plans that will start on July 13th. Unlimited Plus: A feature-rich plan that includes unlimited data, talk and text with more mobile hotspot data, TIDAL Premium music streaming and the TV you love, with Hulu, HD streaming and additional global roaming options – all at the industry’s best price.1 Unlimited Basic: Perfect for customers who may not need additional features but who still want unlimited talk, text and data and Hulu, at a great value.2 Unlimited Military: Designed especially for veterans, active duty and reserves of the U.S. armed forces.3 Unlimited 55+: A distinct Unlimited plan designed for people over 55 that provides exceptional value.4 The first plan, Unlimited Basic, is basically a worse version of Sprint’s existing $60-per-month Unlimited Freedom plan. It cuts LTE hot spot data from 10GB to just 500MB, and it’ll throttle video down to 480p, which it didn’t do in the past. It will still include a Hulu subscription (with commercials). The second plan, Unlimited Plus, costs $70 per month, and it’s closer to the company’s original plan. It includes 15GB of LTE hot spot data and no video throttling. Sprint will also throw in a subscription to Hulu and Tidal (the entry-level version, without lossless audio). Both unlimited plans also include some amount of additional data for roaming in Mexico and Canada; hot spot speeds drop to 3G after hitting the limit.